Clean and Cool 2017: Putting the circular economy on the map

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Topolytics wants to help visualise the circular economy mapping software
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Topolytics wants to help visualise the circular economy mapping software

UK start-up and Clean and Cool mission member Topolytics aims to lift the lid on the waste disposal industry with its mapping software

For most people, once rubbish goes into the bin it gets forgotten about. Out of sight, out of mind. But for resource managers, waste management is a central part of their daily job - understanding...

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